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Figure 1: MRI of spine (a) showing in saggital T2 and T1W images extradural soft tissue from T9 to L1 vertebral levels causing cord compression; (b,c) axial T1- and T2WI showing anterior displacement and compression of the dorsal cord by extradural soft tissue (arrows) which is extending along both the neural foramina; (d) axial T1 weighted post contrast image showing heterogenous enhancement of the extradural soft tissue

Figure 1: MRI of spine (a) showing in saggital T2 and T1W images extradural soft tissue from T9 to L1 vertebral levels causing cord compression; (b,c) axial T1- and T2WI showing anterior displacement and compression of the dorsal cord by extradural soft tissue (arrows) which is extending along both the neural foramina; (d) axial T1 weighted post contrast image showing heterogenous enhancement of the extradural soft tissue